Uck, horrible. No.
Putting a temporary hold on my normal vintage review fare to share my thoughts on the rich and varied 2014 British Science Fiction Association shortlist. Over the next couple of weeks, as we count down to Eastercon and the BSFA ceremony in April, I’ll be posting a series of infobyte-style reviews of the novels on the 2014 BSFA shortlist.
Why infobyte reviews? Because eight books, the BSFA. Eight.
(Now you know why I’ve been so quiet lately.)
Above is the order in which I will be posting these reviews, probably Monday through Thursday for the next two weeks.
Did I love them all? Nope! So my concerns about sounding too squee-happy were unfounded, thank goodness. BUT, there is something for everyone on this diverse list of undeniably progressive and intelligent speculative fiction. I strongly encourage all readers to sample something.
See you tomorrow, when we will begin with David Hutchinson’s Europe in Autumn!